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Upper urinary tract stones in cats appear to on the rise in the UK, and are often difficult to detect and diagnose. On average more than one cat per week presents to RVC Small Animal Referrals with ureteral obstruction and associated acute kidney injury.
Rabbits make up a large part of the caseload at RVC Exotics Service, Based at the RVC Beaumont Sainsbury Animal Hospital in London, it was one of the first practices in the UK to be graded by the Rabbit Welfare Association & Fund as Gold Standard in rabbit care.
Virginia Luis Fuentes and David Connolly, Professors of Veterinary Cardiology, Anne Kurosawa and Xavier Navarro Cubas, Cardiology Specialists. Patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is one of the most common congenital cardiac diseases in dogs. Female …